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WASHINGTON. D. C. SUNDAY. JULY. 21; 1912.
more at Tuscaloosa, Ala., visiting her
father's mother and sisters. CoL and
Mrs. Gorgas came up from Panama In
May and visited here a short time and
In various other- cties.
Mrs. 'William Balch Williamson and
Miss it. W. Williamson are spending the
summer at the Musko Lakes, Ontario.
Canada. Miss O. H. Williamson la In
HE scattered remnants ot so
ciety In 'Washington, here of a
necessity and not from choice,
undaunted by tbe extreme beat
of last week waxed enthusiastic over
polo as It was played In Potomac Park
ibe past few days. Fort Myer almost
moved across the rler to watch the
progress ot the contests which meant
so much to the army. The fascinations
of the great American game, baseball,
paled Into Insignificance before the al
lurements of these players on ths
"ponies." Ii was all In preparation for
the great International polo tournament,
which Is to take place at Narragansett
Pier, which for the next four weeks will
be the gayest place on the Western
Hemisphere. Tbe playing will be done
at the Point Judith Polo Club. And this
Is not all for Point Judith. Newport,
and Narragansett for the tennis tourna
ment will be held during one week of
the polo playing, the tennis games to
begin on the J7th ot this month and
last for a week. As though Newport
had not enough attractions there al
ready this summer In the festivities at
tending the stay there of the Russian
Ambassador and Mme Bakhmeteff, and
of the Count and Countess Czchenyt
these additional amusements must fall to
their lot. The polo games will attract
many of the army people. In fact, all
who can get away, for It Is the first
time the army has been represented In
the games of the National Polo Associ
ation Teams from every recognised
polo club In this country will be rep
resented there and many foreign ones.
The Sixth Field. Artillery team won the
coal of platng for the army. The
tournament will begin this week and
last until August ZZ.
Among thoe who will be on hand at
Newport for the ennls tournament, to
say nothing of the polo tournament, will
os the becretary of the Navy and Mrs.
Me)er and their two daughters, who
have taken the Redwood cottage for ten
nls week. The Secretary Is a famous
tennis pla)er himself, and was an hon
cred member of the tennis cabinet of the
last administration. He played more fre
quently with President Roosevelt than
any other of the latter's friends, unless
It was the French Ambassador. M. Jus
While last Sunday there was very gen
eral rejoicing that Miss Laura Merriam
in deserting the maiden ranks of 'Wash
ington society would still remain a part
or It. in marrying Representative Catlln,
to-da) there is as much distress over
tbe changed conditions which may result
' In the future home of the 'Washington
belle being in St. Louis, which would be
a distinct sorrow to their many friends
here, for the bachelor Representative has
made a host of warm friends In the short
time he has been In Washington
course, his retirement from Congress will
not alter the wedding plans.
A midsummer wedding is a festivlt)
Washington does not often experience, so
that it Is more than Interested In the
forthcoming! nuptials of Miss Sally Gar-
Hngton and Lieut. Harry JjwIghtwChara
berlin, on "Wednesday afternoon. tUlss
Garllngton. who Is the only daughter -of
Gen. Ernest Q Garllngton. and a niece of
Lieut. Gen J. Franklin Bell, now In the
Philippines, made her debut In Washing
ton several seasons ago. and has been an
Important factor socislly ever since She
spent last year In the Philippines, and It
was there that her acquaintance with
Lieut. Chamberlin was renewed. The en
gagement was announced after her re
turn to Washington, and after the wed
ding the bride and bridegroom will re
turn there for another year or more.
There will be some entertaining for the
wedding party beginning to-day. but It
will necessarily be limited, as the bride
groom could not reach Washington until
to-day, and the time Is too short.
President Taft spent yesterdaj after
noon playing golf on the Chevj Chase
Club course. Playing with him were
the Assistant Secretarj -or State, Mr
Chandler Hale. Mr. Chandler Anderson,
also of the State Department, and
Lieut Col Charles L. McCawIey. who
returned a few dajs ago from Bar Har-
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sizes. We may have sold 200
of one style and find 10 left.
They may be 5.00 shoes or 6.00;
even 7.00 and 8.00. '
Such are marked now
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Who ttIII co to .Newport next month
anntp the RuMlan Ambauatlor and Mine. DnUhn
bor. where Mrs. McCawIey Is established
In their cottage for the season.
Miss Helen Taft daughter of the
President who Is at Beverly with her
mother and brothers, will assist Mrs.
Washington B, Thomas and Mrs Edward
Holmes at the housekeepers' table at the
county fair of tbe Montserrat Club next
Saturday. Miss Taft Is a ready and
willing worker for all charitable Insti
tutions. Attorney General Wickersham Is
spending this week-end with his family
at Cedarhurst Long Island He will
return here to-morrow.
Tbe Mexican Ambassador and Mme.
Calero, a bride of only a few months,
are still at their apartments In the
Highlands, here the have as their
guest Miss Leon, of New York. They
have set no date for their departure to
Mexico, where they had expected to go
more than a month ago The) will have
a few weeks visit there and return with
the Ambassadors children. Miss Leon
will accompany them on their trip. Miss
Leon Is of Mexican birth and parentage,
hut has lived for many years In New
lork. where her father Is a well-known
banker. The Ambassador and Mme.
Calero have given some charming din
ners during tbe last few weeks, but they
have ull been quite Informal Tbe
have also been entertained many times
Informally at the Chevy CliaseClub, at
the New Willard. and at some of the
suburban retreats which society seek
for their summer feasts.
Mr. and Mrs G Leopold Klchbom
sailed from Baltimore Monday on the
steamer Suwannee for- Savannah. They
will spend several weeks In Georgia witn
relatives of Mrs Eichhorn, who was
before her marriage Miss Tressie Will
iams, a popular Georgia belle.
The retiring Danish- Minister and
Countess Moltke and the Count
Moltke sailed yesterday tor their home
Better assortments' at 3.35, 435, 5.35.
All Banister Oxfords, unrestricted choice, 5.35.
Boys' 4.00 "Nature-Shape" Oxfords, 2.85; black
Children's 2.75 "Nature-Shape" Oxfords, 1.85; black,
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to visit 31 r. McLrnn uncle
on the Kaiser Wllhelm 11 lne coun
tess was formerly Miss Thajer, of Bos
ton, and they have spent tbe early
summer at the summer home of her
mother. Mrs Nathaniel Thayer, the
count will be succeeded here by one
of his predecessors. Mr. Constanttn
Brunn. one ot the most popular ana
best-known bachelors eer known in the
diplomatic corps in Washington He Is
expected to arrive hero very shortly.
Miss Maud I. Dakln. ot the Library of
Congress, has returned to her home In
Washington after an Interesting and
beautiful trip to Ottawa, Montreal, Que
bec and some other points in Canada
and Northern New York. She went as
one ot the delegates to tbe conference
of the American Library Association,
which met in Ottawa the middle of this
month. Mr. Herbert Putnam, librarian
ot Congress, headed the delegation from
here, and opened the conference with an
Interesting address There were ten dele
gates from the Library of Congress. They
were. In addition to Mr. Putnam, Mrs.
Solberg. of the copyright division. Mr.
Borchard. the law librarian: Mrs. Hast
ings, of the card section: Miss McNalr,
of the catalogue division, who read a
paper during the conference: Mi's Ogden.
of the division of prints. Miss Lora
Thompson, of the catalogue division; Miss
Sheldon, of the catalogue division, and
Miss Koerper. of the catalogue division
There were 600 delegates In all. and
they were beautifully entertained In Ot
tawa. Montreal, and Quebec The Gov
ernor General of Canada. th6 Duke of
Connaught gave a handsome bail at
Parliament House In their honor, which
was a function well worth remember
ing, although the duchess was not pres
ent owing to her rathr serious illness.
The Minister of Agriculture of Canada
gave them a beautiful garden party, a
favorite function of the English, and
one of the most delightful of the en
tertainments was the dinner part given
at the Chateau Laurier, where the
Washington party stayed, by Mr. Bor
chard, of this city. About 130 of the
delegates chartered the Saguenay, an
excellent boat, and made the trip to
Saguenay. which was one of the pret
tiest feature of their three weeks' stay
in Ihe North. Theyvliited Murray Bay
and Quebec, and were beautifully enter
tained at the Chateau Frontenac An
other feature of the visit In Ottawa, was
the brilliant talk given before the con
ference by Sir Wilfrid Laurier, the for
mer Premier. The party was absent
Mrs. Carml Thompson, wife of the
newly appointed secretary to the Presi
dent and their daughter. Miss Gladys
Thompson, have returned to their home
In Ohio, having been In Washington a.
short time, during which they leased aa
apartment in tbe Woodward.
United States District Attorney Clar
ence It Wilson and Mrs. Wilson left
Washington yesterday for New Tork.
whence they will sail for a six weeks'
trip to Europe. The greater part of
their time will be spent In Holland.
Rev. George P. Dudley, rector of 8t
Stephen's Episcopal Church, and Mrs.
Dudley have taken a cottage at Sur
rattsville, Md , for the rest of the sum
mer. Mr. and Mrs. Marry rayne wmtney
are now In Newport as guests of the lat
ter's mother, Mrs. Vanderbllt Uney
have been spending much time at their
own place on October Mountain, ana
will remain with Mrs Vandermit until
next week, when they will go down to
New York and sail for bcotland. Mrs.
Vanderbllt has Invitations out ror a
large ball, to be given In honor ot her
othef son in-law and daughter. Count
and Countess bzechenyl, who are also
her house guests, the ball will te given
at The Breakers on August 3. and will
be the first in this summer palace for
many years, as The Breakers has been
unoccupied for a long time
Mrs Siegfried Fantl and daughters, of
Savannah. Ga.. are spending a month
with friends In this city.
Miss Gladys Isear, of New Tork, Is
visiting her aunt Mrs. Simon Kann, of
Belmont Street with whom she will stay
Mr. Raymond Goodman Is spending a
few weeks in Ocean Mew, Va.
Mrs Pretxf elder has gone to visit rel
atives In Cleveland, Ohio, with whom
she will spend the summer.
Mr. Maurice Nordlinger Is spending a
tew weeks In Coolbaugh. Pa.
Mr. and Mrs. Waiberg are spending the
summer at Silver Spring, Md
Former Senator and Mri Nelson Vf.
Aldrich have arrived at Newport on tneir
iCapt John H. Gibbons, superintend
ent of the Naval Academ). and Mrs
Gibbons, who are spending the summer
In Europe, will return to Annapolis a
short time before the opening of the
Naval Academy, October L
Former Representative and Mrs W.
Burke Cockran stopped at tbe Cham
plain Hotel Thursdaj They are making
a tour ot the Adirondack by automo
The Misses Downing have as their
house guest at their villa at Jamestown
It I , Miss Alice Goodwin, daughter of
the late Capt Walter Goodwin.
Mr Fred Berman, of South Boston.
Va . Is spending the summer with friends
in this clt).
Mr Joe Kaufman has returned from a
short visit to Braddock Heights, Md.
Mr. Herbert Jacob! has returned from
i short visit to Colonial Beach, Va.
Mr. Eugene Young has returned to his
home afur spending the week at Brad-
dock Heights. Md.
Mr. Leon Pretzfelder, who spent the
week-end with friends at Colinlal Beach,
has returned home.
Mr Sidney Bayersdorfer. of Philadel
phia, who visited friends In this city
during the past week, has rteurned home.
Mls Ganse, of Richmond. Va., Is the
guest of her grandmother. In this city.
Mr. alter Yenawlne, of New York,
the guest of Mrs. Leon Adler, ot this
Mr and Mrs. Joe Hecht. of Baltimore,
are the guests of Mr. and Mrs Max
Fischer, of Lanier Street
Ma Thomas L. Rhoades, military aid
to the President, who la a member of
tbe President's house part), will stay
at the Beverly Inn, when the President
Joins his family at Paramatta, the sum
mer White House, after the adjournment
of Congress MaJ Rhoades has already
made his reservation.
Mrs. Ernest Wilkinson Is In Narragan
sett Pier for the remainder of the hot
Mrs Phil King and her son have
closed their apartment in the Mendota,
and have gone to Atlantic City, where
they will stay for several weeks.
Mr and Mrs. Bjron S Adams and
daughter. Miss Marie Adams. left tne
elf) Thursday to spend the remainder
of the summer at Asbury Park, N J,
Mr. Alfred Haas spent the week-end
at Colonial Beach during the past week.
Miss Edna Katzer Is spending a few
weeks with friends In Virginia.
Mr. and Mrs. S. S Richard visited
friends in Baltimore for a few days
during the past week
Mr Sidney West Is back h'me, after a
week's stay In New Tork.
Mr. Max Levy, of Baltimore, spent the
week-end with relatives In this clt).
Mr. and Mrs. I. Newman have left
town for the Hotel Merlon. Atlantic City,
N. J . where they will remain for two
Miss Hortense Brylawskt, who has been
vlsitlns friends in Chicago-, 111., for the
past two momus, nas reiurnea to ner
home on Calvert 8treet
Cot and Mrs. WlU'am C Gorgas and
Miss AUeen Gorgas returned to Colon.
Isthmus of Panama, lata last month.
Miss Gorgas had spent a part ot last
season a Washington and a month or
Mr. W. H. White and Mr. H. Paggett
left for New Yorlr Monday; returning to
Atlantic City for a two-week stay, stop
ping at the New Clarion.
Mrs. Goldsmith SIgmund and son. Win
lam, have gone to Atlantic City to join
Mr- SIgmund for an indefinite stay,
Mr. and Mrs. A. Sidney Heller and
daughter. Miss Katherine, are spending
the week-end at Old Point Comfort
Mr. Sidney Relzensteln has returned
home from a two weeks stay at El
beron, N. J.
The Misses Cella and Bertha Lowen
thal left f or a visit to relatives In St
Paul and Duluth. From there they will
take a trip for a month to the Great
Lakes and Mackinaw Island.
Mr and Mrs. Sylvan Kronhelm, of
New Orleans, La., are the guests of
relatives In the city. They will leave-
In a few days for a visit In New York.
Miss Esther Kahn Is visiting relatives
Former Secretary of the Navy and
Mrs. Truman H. Newberry are In their
cottage at Watch Hill, for the season.
Mr. and Mrs Edwin A. Newman have
taken a cottage on Baltimore Avenue at
Ocean City. Mil. and with their daugh
ter. Miss Newman, took possession of It
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Spencer have
leased Mr. Anderson's cottage at Watch
Hill for the summer and arrived In their
private car recently. Mr. Spencer Is vice
president ot the Southern Railroad
Mrs Hon, of Baltimore, who spent
a few days In this city during the past
week, has returned borne.
Mr Lester Newman Is back from a
short visit to Ocean VIewt Va.
Miss Elsie Adler has gone to spend
the summer In a camp In Virginia.
Miss Helen Whltlock, of Richmond,
Va., who spent a few days with friends
In this city, haa returned home.
Mr. and Mrs. J Ganss. who visited
relatives In this city during the past
week, have returned to their home In
Mr Andrew Parker and Mr. Britton
Brown are registered at the Ocean
House. Watch Hill.
Mr. and Mrs. W. Peyton Russell, of
Sheridan Circle, have the Kennard Cot
tage at Watch Hill
Rev. W. H Pcttus, of Saltvllle. Va..
who is In the city for a short vlst en
route home from New York, was one of
tbe callers on the President yesterday
morning at the White House.
Mr. Theodore Plcard and niece. Xlsle,
who have been on a two weeks' trip to
Niagara. Canada, and the Great Lakes,
have returned to their home In this
Miss Emma Cerf, of Pittsburg, who
has ben the guest of her slsterT Mrs.
Clarence Grosner. of the Tulalne, for the
past three weeks. Is visiting relatives In
Atlantis City. N. J-
Mrs. A. Dammon has gone to White
Plains, N Y. where she will visit her
son for a few weeks
Mr. Herbert felmon. of Montlcello. Fla..
Is visiting Mr and Mrs. L. Kahn, of
Fark Road, for a month.
Misses Alice and Kathryn Boorman and
Miss Anna Gregory will go to Green
Springs, W. Va . this week, to be the
guests of Miss Kittle Washington for the
remainder of the summer.
Mrs. Alvln Hovey-Klng, wife of Pay
master Hove) -King. U. S. N, and their
Infant daughter are spending the summer
at Hotel Glenwood, Cape May, N J,
CoL David S Stanley. U. S. A . and
Mrs. Stanley are visiting Mrs Stanley
parents. Col and Mrs Samuel W. Foi
dyce. In St" Louis, where they win be
for some time Cot Stanley has been
stationed in Washington for some time,
but Is now In command of the Quarter
master's Department having relieved
TO VISIT KEWP0KT
dcchess of novnunciiE.
Newport R. J.. July 20 For the first
time since their marriage, the Duke and
Duchess of Roxburche will visit tne
mother of the duchess, Mrs Ogden
Goelet at hr Newport villa the early
part of next month Mrs. Goelet Is mak
ing elaborate preparations for the recep
tion and entertainment of her titled
daughter during the latter's short stay
CJe Pfoesfcui Co.
Special Clearance Sale
Tailored Linen Suits
F Street, Corner Thirteenth
MaJ James E. Normoyle, who has been
transferred to Washington.
Rear Admiral Twining and Mrs Twin
ing, who have recently closed their house
in Phelps Place and gone to the Pacific
Coast will later return East and make
several visits along the North Shore of
Massachusetts, retumirg to Washington
late In the fall
CoL Albert Todd. U. S A., retired, and
Mra. Todd arrived in New York last
Wednesday aboard the Koenlgen Lulse
They have spent much lime abroad and
rave, eone est for the summer, return
ing to Washington early In the fall.
where they will spend the winter.
Capt H A. White, U. S A . and Mrs
White have closed their apartment In
the Woodward and are now In New
York They will spend the remainder
of the summer at some Northern sea
shore resort and will not return to
Washington In the fall, but will
straight to Capt Wh'te's new post at
Fort Oglethorpe, Ga
Mrs Walton Goodwin and her daugh
ter. Miss Katharine Goodw n. are the
guests of the former's brother and s's-
tcr-ln-Iaw Lieut col wmougnDy name,
S A., and Mrs. wawe. at ton
Strong, Boston Harbor
The Assistant Secretary of the Navy
and Mrs. Beekman Wlnthrop, who have
been spending several weeks at their
place on Long Island, nave reiurnea m
Mrs. Dulln James, of Washington, has
donated the valuable naval library of the
Icte Commander Theodore Mason, b. S
N.. to the United States Naval Academy.
Lieut Robert Henderson, U S N . and
Mrs Henderson will remain In their
home in Sheridan Circle until August
when they will go to Buzzards Bay for
a few weeks and will stop in Atlantic
Clt) before returning to Washington in
September. Lieut Henderson will re
turn to sea dut) the 1st of October.
Rear Admiral and Mrs. C. T. Hutch
Ins, who have spent some time in Eu
rope, have returned to this country and
are with their daughter-in-law. Mrs. C
T Hutchlns. Jr. at the Hotel Tudor.
Nahant Mass. Their son. LKut C T.
Hutchlns, Jr . V. S. N . or the battleship
Georgia, will Join them later.
Capt and Mrs Thomas F. Schley, of
Fort Logan, Colo., are entertaining the
latter s sister. Mrs. Carrlnston, and her
sen. of Lynchburg, a, and Capt
Schley's mother, widow of Rear Admiral
A very pretty birthday party was
given Monday evening. July IS, at the
residence of Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Loftus,
HM Sixth Street Northwest In honor ot
the r daughter Mabel Louise. During
the evening piano and v'olin selection',
as well as vocals, were In o'der. Dur
ing the Intervals refreshments were
served. The following guests were pres
ent Mrs. C. L. Ldftus. Mrs. C W.
Rollins. Miss B Kendrick. Miss M. Fow
ler, Miss V. Measer. Miss M Frlzell,
M ss R. A Donn, Miss P Haufman.
Miss E. Faulkner, Miss H Faulkner,
Miss E. Faulkner, Mr C Stewart Mr
S. Burch, and Mr H McLearen.
Miss Cornelia Capers gave a charming
party at Camp Uno," Great Falls, on
Saturda) In honor of her cousins. Miss
Willie Mae Wise and Miss Ellen Werts.
of Prosperity, S. C The grounds were
ver picturesque with the lanterns and
the soft glow from the camp fire A
string orchestra pla)ed suitable selec
tions during the evening Among thoe
present were Mr. and Mrs. Moore. Mr.
and Mrs Dodge, the Misses Leila Frost
Margaret Frost Elizabeth Frost. Marga
ret Craig. Ellen Werti. Iv lllie Mae t ise.
Elizabeth Hutchison. Lulu Llndse). Mary
Nusbaum. Elizabeth Guilford Hilda
Richmond. Llla Kraft I-oulse Stockett
Flora Schuldt. Grace Marvin, Bernlce
Comer, Eleanor Capers. Mary Capers,
and Cornelia Capers, and Me-sra. Arthur
Guilford. Elmer Guilford. Harry Benner.
Edgar Borland. Frank Frost. Will Frost.
Edwin Moore. Percv Richmond, Will
Stockett. Clinton Kraft. Eddie Campbell.
Tom Campbell. Harry Ellerbrooke, John
Draley, Dan Gotthold Granville vyche.
Lawrence Bruce. Frank Marvin, Hugo
Odenthal, and Joseph Comer.
Invitations have been Issued by Mr.
and Mra. Gideon D Ellyson for the wed
ding of their daughter. Katharine, to
John H Gould, eleventh United
States Calvary The ceremony will be
performed on Thursday evening, August
I. at Hoyt Sherman Place. Des Moines.
Iowa. Dr. Gould will take his bride to
Fort Oglethorpe, Ga.
Miss Edith Marie Dent, daughter of
CoL John C. Dent and Lieut Kenneth
Kern, Twenty-fourth Infantry, were
married June 8. VIS, at the home of
Lieut and Mrs. Frank Mooreraan. In
Manila, P. I. The bride is the grand
daughter of Gen. Lloyd Wheaton. re
tired, and a grandnlece of Gen. U. S.
Grant She wore lace over white satin.
with s tolls veil held with whits rose
buds, and carried Bride roses The
ceremony was performed by Rev. Dr.
Meredith. Lieut and Mrs Kern re
mained In Manila until about July 1.
when the) went to Lieut Kern's post at
Camp McGratb, Batangas Lieut Kern
was graduated from the Military Acad
emy in Ult
Mrs. Kate E. Miller, of Louisville. Ky.
has announced the marriage of her
daughter, Florence, to Mr William
Black The announcement Is of much In
terest to Washlngtonlans. and the bride
represented the Christian Women's Board
of Missions at the Jubilee rally held In
Washington In 1911 and made many
friends here at that time.
Mr and Mrs. James M Monroe, of
Annapolis, Md.. have announced the en
gagement of their daughter. Mls M.
Louise Monroe, to Ensign Lawrence F.
Relfsneider. U. S N There has been
no date set for the wedding, which will
probably take place In the falL
DINNERS AND LUNCHEONS
Prof Willis Moore, who has recently
returned from an interesting trip abroad,
entertained a company at dinner last
evening at the Chevy Chase Club
Mrs. Lemon Hlne Is the guest of her
daughter. Mrs. F. A. Fennlng. In Cape
Mr. John Eckert has returned from a
visit to Colonial Beach
Mr John Miller Is at Berkeley Springs.
Miss Mildred John Is visiting her
aunt Mrs. Bruthrong. In Baltimore.
Mr and Mra. Albert Stewart have gone
to Berkeley Springs. W. Va.
Mrs Leroy Mark and daughter leave
to-day to visit relatives in Franklin. Pa.
Mr Newton Brewer Is visiting his sis
ter. Mrs. Daniel Breslln. In Roanoke. Va.
Mrs Cobb, of New York, Is the house
guest of her daughter. Mrs. James Young
Mrs B. D Gaw. who has been visltlng
her fatrer. Rev. G F. Williams. In Rich
mond. Va , has returned to her home
Mrs. W D Brace has returned from
a vi'it to her old home in Frederick. Md
Miss Elizabeth Maynard has "returned
from a visit to-Baltimore.
MIs Sarah Whitman, who has been
spending the last few months with her
father. Is now In Pittsburg, and will go
to Winona Lake for the remainder of
Deaconess White left last week for
Indiana for an indefinite sta)
Mrs Richard Powell Is visiting la Char
Dr and Mrs Gregory aid family are
spending the summer in Gcrmantown.
Mr Gardner Orme. who was called
home owing to the death of his mother,
has returned to his summer home ta
Mrs. Forest Dodge has returned from
month s stay In Atlantic City.
Mrs Walden and Mi's Inez Walden
left Thursday for Atlantic Clt) for an
The Misses Ruth and Sarah Daniel are
v lsltlng Miss Louise Leav ell. In Culpeper.
Va.. later they will visit friends In Mary
land. Mr and Mrs Landon Hill will leave
during the week for Portsmouth. N. H.
where they will make their future home
Mr. and Mrs. William Leetch left Fri
day for Ston) Man Camp for a month's
Mrs J B Sanger is at Flat Rock. N.
C. for the remainder of the summer.
Mr and Mrs. Frank Miller are at ".
George I'land. Md.
Rev James H W. BlaVe will leave
Tuesday to Join his family at Mountain
Lake Fark. Md
Miss" Ethel Graves left Thursday for
Shephcrdstown. W. Va , to visit Miss
Mr. and Mrs Nlnrod Anderson have
sent out announcements of the wedding
of their daughter. Audrey D , and Harry
A. Shlnnlck. which took place July 5
Inclosed are cards for a reception at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Anderson on
Wednesday. July It for Mr. and Mrs
Cnntlnned on Paue Tvto.
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